Kano has already cemented itself as a leader in the STEM category and sets to debut its innovative kid-friendly coding kits at CES 2018. Based out of London, England, Kano maintains a simple ethos of empowering people of all ages to create and play with computing. To date, the company has raised $1.5 million on Kickstarter and has even received support from Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. This initial funding has allowed the company to launch its first Computer Kit.
CES 2018 will be company's first venture to the tech expo and it will be bringing three new computing kits. These kits are called: 'The Computer Kit Complete,' the 'Motion Sensor Kit,' and the 'Pixel Kit.' Kano's offerings are each is meant to inspire others to build, code, and create with computers. Kano will also be debuting its Camera Kit, which will allow users to code their own camera, giving them the potential to write their own photo filters, make GIFs, manipulate image capture, and much more. Kano's range of kid-friendly coding kits are sure to see future growth and interest in the STEM field, and make the daunting world of coding that much more accessible.